Financial Education Library
Gain the knowledge, skills, and habits to be financially well during your time at Stanford and beyond. Enroll in personal finance courses, complete self-paced learning modules, or browse a collection of recorded workshops.
Online Learning Modules
Bolster your personal finance knowledge with the Mind Over Money Learning Modules. These free, self-paced, online learning modules cover four key areas and numerous topics within each area.
Spending and Saving
Looking to learn about financial wellness basics? This module covers spending and saving basics, such as banking options, insurance, budgeting, credit card management, and housing options.
Build your investment knowledge. This module is designed to provide you with the basics of investing, including different types of investments, and preparing for retirement (it’s never too early).
Paycheck and Compensation
Strengthen your money management skills with the Paycheck and Compensation module. We’ll dive into compensation considerations like job offers, benefits, stocks, and taxes.
Paying for School
Paying for school can be a stressful part of college. This module describes funding options, as well as how to navigate common financial issues.
Articles, templates, and moreCheck out these financial tools and resources
Personal Finance Courses
Enroll in these recommended courses, and explore others, to deepen your personal finance knowledge and create financial wellness habits that will last a lifetime.
Mind Over Money hosts a number of personal finance workshops throughout the year. Browse our library of recorded workshops on topics from creating a financial plan to investment strategies and first-time home buying.
Browse our library of recorded workshops for Stanford students
Financial Life on the Farm #1
Andrew Zimmermann ‘11 kicked off the Financial Education on the Farm webinar series.
Ramit Sethi: I Will Teach You to Be Rich
Ramit Sethi shared his own personal finance insights from his life during and after Stanford.
First-time Home Buying
Presenters from the Stanford Federal Credit Union and Mind Over Money explore what it takes to buy a new home, from understanding different mortgage types to purchasing in the current market.